MOBILE TECHNOLOGY - SCeLE

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ADVANCE MOBILE TECHNOLOGY


&

NETWORKING

Course Content

Schedules

Monday


: 1:00 PM


2:00 PM

Wednesday

: 11:00 AM


1:00 PM

Room 2406

Visiting Scholar


Name



:
Sharmin Parveen

E
-
mail ID



:
sharminparveen@yahoo.com

,



sharmin.parveen@cs.ui.ac.id




Course Web


:
https://scele.cs.ui.ac.id

Office Room


:

1201, Building A, Depok Campus

Time for consultation

: On appointment


GOAL


The objective of this course is to focus on recent
advances in the wireless and mobile network
technologies, Mobile Video Internet for supporting the
broad spectrum of emerging video
-
centric applications.

The course is intended to provide students with the
knowledge on Mobile WiMAX, Bluetooth, GPRS, UMTS
along with their security issues.

This course will have the goal of understanding the
research and deployment challenges in building the Next
Generation Ubiquitous Networks.


Course Layout


Mobile Network Architecture


Wireless and mobile network techniques and protocols


Concept of Heterogeneous Network


Wireless Network Security


Application
-
specific technologies


Cognitive Radio (CR) and dynamic spectrum sharing
systems


Network Performance & Analysis


Wireless delivery models


Mobile and ubiquitous multimedia




Mobile Network Architecture



GSM

GPRS

UMTS

Wireless and mobile network
techniques and protocols


802.11 WLAN/802.11n

802.16 WiMAX, Mobile WiMAX

3G cellular networks

MAC/PHY layer techniques

MIMO technology for point
-
to
-
point and multi
-
user
wireless communication


Concept of Heterogeneous
Network




Integration of WLAN and 3G Networks

Integration of Wi
-
FI and WiMAX

Integration of WiMAX and GSM


Wireless Network Security


Security and management in wireless,
multicast, multi
-
media and/or converged
environments

Threats, vulnerabilities and requirements for
security management


Application
-
specific technologies

Mobile VoD, SDV, IPTV

Mobile video conferencing

Mobile video gaming

Video surveillance and sensing

Mobile Ad Hoc and Sensor systems

Bluetooth

Cognitive Radio (CR) and dynamic
spectrum sharing systems


Multiple access schemes for cognitive radio


Resource management in cognitive radio networks


Spectrum sensing mechanisms and protocol support


Spectrum sharing/trading in cognitive radio networks

Network Performance &
Analysis


Quality of Service metrics

Traffic analysis

Experimental results from test bed/deployments

Video quality measurement





Wireless delivery models


Broadcast/multicast

P2P mobile video

Vehicular video deliver

Mobile and ubiquitous multimedia


Wireless and mobile multimedia systems

Media streaming, distribution and storage

Network support for multimedia

Overlay networks for multimedia

Grid /cloud computing support for multimedia


Assignments


Periodically assingments will be given on
relevant topics.

Assignments will be due on the specified
date.

Late Policy: 20% maximum grade will be
deducted every additional day.

Examination Scheme & Grading System

Examination Scheme
:

Class Participation

Quizes

Case Analysis

Group Projects and
Presentation

Midterm Exam and

Final Exam


Grading System
:

Class Participation
-

10%

Quizzes
-

10%

Case Analysis Assignment
s
-

10%

Group Project




-

25%


Midterm

Exam



-

20%



Final
E
xam




-

25%

---------------------------


Total 100%


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Reference Books



J. Schiller,
Mobile Communication
,
Addison
-
Wesley, 2003.


J. W. Mark, W.
Zhuang
,
Wireless Communications and Networking
, Prentice
-
Hall of India Private Ltd.


G. Sanders, L.
Thorens
, M.
Reisky
, O.
Rulik

and S.
Deylitz
,
GPRS Networks
,
John Wiley, 2003.


K.
Pahlavan
, P. Krishnamurthy,
Principle of Wireless Networks
, Prentice
-
Hall
of India Private Ltd., 2003.


A. K.
talukder
,
Roopa

R.
Yavagal
,
Mobile Computing
, Tata McGraw
-
Hill
Publishing Company Ltd., 2005.


T. S.
Rappaport
,
Wireless Communications
: Principles and Practice
, Prentice
Hall, 1996.


K.
Feher
,
Wireless Digital Communications

-

Modulation & Spread Spectrum
Applications,

Prentice Hall, 1995.


C. Smith, D. Collins,

3G Wireless Networks
, Tata McGraw
-
Hill Publishing
Company Ltd., 2007.


W. Stallings,
Wireless Communications & Networks
, Prentice
-
Hall of India
Private Ltd., 2006.


R.
Kamal
,
Mobile Computing,
OXFORD University Press, 2007.


William C.Y. Lee,
Wireless and Cellular Communications
,

McGraw
-
Hill, 2006.


J.G. Andrews, A
Ghosh
, R.
Muhamed
,

Fundamental of WiMAX
-
Understanding Broadband Wireless Networking
, Prentice
-
Hal


(Relevant Journal and Conference Papers will be provided whenever required.)